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Travel Aids - Currency Exchange Rates

Guest Author - Taisha Turner

A currency converter is necessary when using different currency while traveling. Things are simple in Europe when traveling from country to country due to the Euro. This is not true in Southeast Asia.

For example, an Australian leaves home for Singapore. How many Singapore dollars equal Australian dollars? What is the exchange rates? Malaysia is a short trip from Singapore. How many Malaysian Ringgit equals the Australian and Singapore dollar? In Malaysia, may as well travel to Thailand. Get the picture? Now get the exchange rates!

The currency converter solves this headache of exchange rates. Use this currency converter to make the conversion. The currency converter is easy to use.

The currency converter has other features to simplify life. Click on “currency photos” and there is a picture of the country’s currency. There is even a “historic lookup” site. This site is great for the business traveler who files expense accounts late and needs the worth of currency for past dates.

People traveling without web connections, jot the exchange rates in your journal. The notes are there when later needed.

In the article, Hong Kong MTR 1-Day Pass, the pass costs HK$50. Now you are able to use the currency converter for the price into your local currency.

The Southeast Asia Travel Editor recommends the traveler to exchange only the funds needed in each host country. This will stop the traveler from losing money. There is a fee charged when converting from one currency to another.

Come back for online travel information. Southeast Asia Travel has lots more info to share with you.

This is a great journal to write your holiday memories. Don't forget to jot down the exchange rates.



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This content was written by Taisha Turner. If you wish to use this content in any manner, you need written permission. Contact Hanny Suriadi for details.

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